Kenya Wildlife Safari – 6 Days
Day 1: Arrival for Kenya Tsavo Man Eaters Safari – Tsavo Game Reserves
On arrival, you will meet your guide then transfer to the hotel. Depending on the time of arrival, you visit Nairobi National Park or the National Museum of Kenya.
Nairobi National Park established in 1746, is today Kenya’s oldest Game Park. Lying only 7 km away from Nairobi capital city, the park surprisingly still has varied habitats which include open, rolling grass plains, riverine woodland, valley thicket and bush, artificial dams and ponds, rocky gorges and upland dry forest. The park is fenced along three sides, where it is adjacent to urban housing, industry, roads and airports; only the southern border, along the Embakasi and Athi rivers, is open for animal dispersal. The park has healthy populations of big game among which include Zebras, Wildebeests, Elands which are July–August migrants into the park and African Lions, Cape Buffaloes, Leopards, Nile Crocodiles, Cheetahs, Hippopotamus, just to mention but a few.
The park is a rhino sanctuary and numbers of the Black Rhino are steadily increasing.
Day 2: Kenya Wildlife Safari to Tsavo East National Park
We have breakfast then transfer to the home of the once-known-as-man-eaters’ home; Tsavo East National Park.
At app. 337 km from Nairobi, this savannah National Park lies in low, semi-arid country at the eastern edge of the inland plateau, north of the main Mombasa– Nairobi road and railway. This has made it a very popular safari destination world over. Tsavo East National Park is one of the oldest National Parks in Kenya after being established in April 1948 and yet together with Tsavo West, makes the biggest game reserves in the world with 40% of the total area of all Kenyan National Parks
Tsavo East National Park holds substantial populations of a diversity of wildlife, from large and small mammals to amphibians, avifauna, reptiles, rich flora, to insects just to mention but a few.
Day 3: Game viewing in the morning and afternoon
Tsavo East National Park is one of the world’s largest game reserves, providing undeveloped wilderness homes to vast numbers of animals such as the famous Tsavo Lion, aardwolf, yellow baboon, hunting dog, African dormouse, blue duiker, bush duiker, red duiker, eland, African bush elephant, bat-eared fox.
Day 4: Transfer to Tsavo West National Park- Game Drive in the Late Afternoon Hours
Tsavo West is a more popular destination for its magnificent scenery, Mzima Springs, rich and varied wildlife, good road system, rhino reserve, rock climbing potential and guided walks along the Tsavo River
Day 5: Game Drive in the Morning then Transfer to Nairobi
This day, you shall do game drive in the park, both in the morning. The park is home to different animals such as Black rhino, Cape buffalo, elephant, leopard, hippo and Lion, heartebeast , lesser kudu, giraffes, to mention but a few.
Day 6: End of Tour – Departure
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